Priya Pareek

Rookie (06-06-1994)

Miserable Missus


Curled up under a tree
I sat and wept alone
the wind sweeping my hair
while I cried, sighed and moaned!

The sun over my head
was bright and hot
I cared about nothing
I was so lost in thought!

Miserable and lonely
With a few teasers around
Mocking at a lonely girl
A prey they had found!

Crying for the man
I had left behind in vain
I sobbed and cried
my body crumbled with pain!

Sun gazing straight at me
I was tired, numb and dizzy
With these dogs around
I was scared, feared, uneasy!

Recalling and regretting
The doubt I raised
Against the man of men
I always praised!

But if you err oh dear man
When I see u receiving kisses
Why can't I question and doubt
If you say I am your missus?

You came back just to blame
My love, loyalty and devotion
Just to prove me wrong
And vent out your aggression!

I will keep all my promises
I will never leave you alone
Will never raise any doubts
While I sigh, cry and moan!

Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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